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Tits and Toggles to raise funds for vital cancer equipment

Taylor Dodge
Updated March 2 2024 - 3:54pm, first published March 1 2024 - 8:00pm
Wagga doctors Kate Fitzgerald and Nick Stephenson are doing their bit to encourage residents to have breast and prostate cancer awareness front of mind. Picture by Taylor Dodge
Wagga doctors Kate Fitzgerald and Nick Stephenson are doing their bit to encourage residents to have breast and prostate cancer awareness front of mind. Picture by Taylor Dodge

A first-time Wagga event founded by a group of 20 local couples will raise funds to secure vital equipment for cancer patients and more importantly awareness in a bid to save lives.

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Taylor Dodge

Taylor Dodge

Senior Journalist

Your story matters, your voice deserves to be heard and I would love to help you share it. I have five years of experience as a Journalist with Australian Community Media covering an array of topics, with a key focus on breaking news and crime and a passion for people. E: taylor.dodge@austcommunitymedia.com.au.

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